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Hurley elementary teachers transition to online learning

 

April 3, 2020

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Hurley K-12 teacher Kristin Kolesar and some of her fifth-grade class participate in their first Zoom videoconference meeting on Thursday. The class, taking part in a reading book club activity that is offered at two different times to allow for discussion in smaller groups, include, top row from left, Ariel Haasch, Kristin Kolesar and Ian Hahn; second row, Gracie Bell, Ethan Binz and Tristan Zaleski; third row, Saylor Gilbertson, Kasey Klemme and Sawyer Peck, and fourth row, Nolan Sain and Brian Geach.

By TOM LAVENTURE

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HURLEY, Wis. - Hurley elementary teachers say online learning was already utilized in the classroom setting and has made for a smooth transition in the home setting after the shutdown order from the coronavirus pandemic.

Administration and staff are in direct communication to ensure that what is happening from the state level is being incorporated at the local level, said Kevin Genisot, administrator of Hurley School District. Parents receive weekly emails from teachers informing them of the assignments and expectations they have for students....



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